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Following Max Finnigan's sudden and unexpected death at the age of 17 months in 2018, his Uncle Tom decided to run the Loch Ness Marathon in Max's memory with some of his friends. All the money raised was donated to Max's Trust, a charity set up in Max's name and supporting all those affect by anorectal malformation, a condition Max lived with. The followong year, Uncle Tom wanted to go further. He decided to cycle from Edinburgh and Inverness over three days, and run a marathon on the fourth day. Along with more of his friends, they completed this epic event and raised lots of money again! This time, Uncle Tom and his friends want to go further again! He has signed up to take part in the Cork Ironman, a triathlon comprising a 3.8km sea swim, 180km cycle and a 42.2km run! To even consider doing this is inspiring enough! Please show your support by giving generously to Uncle Tom and those taking lart in memory of Max.


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Max's Trust is a UK registered charity supporting anyone affected by Anorectal Malformation (ARM), which affects 1 in 5000 births each ye...